Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for Max Random and the Zombie 500, a Middle-grade Horror from Author Mark London Williams.
The tour will run from Dec. 6th to 12th and will have 10 maximum stops.
Signups end on Nov. 29th.
Murder in Keswick is narrated by Luna Cross and is 6 hours 12 minutes in length.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible.com.
Review copies will be distributed by Nov. 9th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights, Audio Excerpts, Author Interviews, Guest Posts, and Character Profiles.
All other info will be included in the Tour Media Kit, distributed via email the week before the start of the tour. There will also be a link on the Host HQ page.
All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST.
Author: Mark London Williams
Narrator: Luna Cross
Length: 6 hours 14 minutes
Publisher: Trifecta Publishing House
Released: Oct. 8, 2018
“When I first saw Max Random, he was driving his go-kart right at me. He was also wearing goggles, so it was hard to tell if he was dead or alive. I was pretty sure, though, that zombies didn't know how to drive.
“'Not dead,' Max said, as he stepped out of the kart to look at me. ‘You should get in.'”
And so, weeks after watching her principal try to chew up her school teacher, and minutes after she'd just lost her family, 12-year-old Aurora Bonsall begins her odyssey of escape with Max Random in his hand-built go-kart across a ruined map of abandoned studio back lots, wrecked shopping malls, encounters with the not-quite dead in hospitals and the not-quite tame when they meet a feral cat. All while realizing that surviving humans can be far more dangerous than the Nano-Z's taking over the world.
Max, meanwhile, keeps driving them toward a rendezvous where he says they will be safe. But as Aurora discovers he has secrets of his own, she wonders if there can ever be any escape at all.
About the Author: Mark London Williams
Mark London Williams wrote the L.A. Times-bestselling “Danger Boy” time travel series, was a contributor to the history anthology “Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out,” and has covered showbiz and its discontents as a writer for Variety, the LA Times, Below the Line, and other publications. He’s had plays produced in London, wrote a videogame adaptation with both Aliens and Predators in it, and taught storytelling at Disney’s Creative Academy and other venues. He’s currently a one-man “Hollywood bureau” for a British film magazine, and keeps a watchful eye out for winds and wildfires in Southern California. He has two grown sons currently navigating L.A.’s landscape sans go-karts.
About the Narrator: Luna Cross
Luna Cross lives in Los Angeles and swears that she was named after the Harry Potter character (even though her parents have assured her she is not), she loves Halloween and will be holed up under a blanket with candy and a scary book for the rest of October, with Hocus Pocus on in the background on mute, thinking about the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
Multiple stops per day.
Nov. 9th: Review copies are distributed.
Nov. 26th: Interview questions due to me.
Nov. 29th: Media packets are distributed via email.